Devices that meet the FCC part 15 can interfere still and be completely legal.
See the link to the eham site.
It doesn't matter how many people from the government say they will show up in court with the OP, if the TV does meet part 15 he could lose. Unless the FCC is not using Part 15 against him, instead some newer "non-interference with emergency communication" laws that don't pertain to part 15.
In that case, he would be better off having samsung on his side instead of against him. Because if the government starts stopping people from using devices that meet part 15, no manufacturer or consumer would be safe from "big brother".
Government abuse of power is not stupid.
Originally Posted by audiovideoholic
Yeah no kidding. Its about stupid. The set is obviously causing the problem, 100% certian. Not that difficult of a troubleshoot when it causes the same problem each time it is plugged in and turned on in each location along with trying a completely different power source from the neighbor himself.
WOW what is hard to grasp??????